POLICE TRAINED IN CROWD CONTROL INCLUDES MILITARY POLICE - WHY?

"Police are being trained in crowd control, which raises the question about what it is that they are expecting. Indeed, new recruits have been busy learning the techniques of crowd control. Armed with batons and shields, 20 officers were put through their paces during the two-day intensive course at Buffadero training area."

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Sounds like they are preparing or expecting something... that means we won't like it.

All about knowing the enemy better than he knows you, simple enough.

These people are wise as a serpent and very organised...

As far as i can tell they know what people would do.

Dan.

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Police forces are trained to obey orders - even if those orders are against the people they are supposed to protect even against lying domestic political enemies/traitors.

Royal Gibraltar Police stopping vehicles - Which is where we are headed – Papers please.

There are psychological tests on-going all over the world.

Police are now given power to shut down businesses for "rule-breakers" – NSW Police will have the power to shut down businesses and worksites as the state records 239 new cases of COVID-19

And if you ask how can a police force turn against its people – it's all in the training.

Watch this video and logically think about what the Stasi officers did and how police forces (and military) are being programmed to believe similar. It's history repeating - entire nations are being imprisoned, because the officers are following evil orders, and believe they must contain the people. Just because they believed it and followed orders did not make it right.

The Stasi and the Berlin Wall | DW Documentary -

And in truth, the people don't want to live in isolation, surveilled by technology and stopped at check-points; or made to be guinea pigs with poisonous vaccines. People want to escape from this type of oppression. And as the oppression escalates more and more will be employed by The State to contain the people ( ie Covid Marshals).

And how long before these become even more familiar scenes – British mother demands apology from government after police terrorized “petrified” daughter who was self-isolating for covid – NaturalNews.com?

At what point are the police officers going to stop bullying and start protecting? Are they going to say no to becoming a gang of thugs picking on the weak? Is it a power-trip?

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Troops in full uniform and weapons exercise

Troops will be conducting training exercises in Gibraltar during the period 12-22 August.

The troops will be exercising in a number of areas, both on the MOD estate and in the wider Gibraltar community.

In addition to daytime activity, a number of exercises will take place during the hours of darkness.

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Written by YGTV Team on 19 November 2021.

The Royal Gibraltar Police’s Search Team and Police Support Unit received three days of intense refresher training this week.

A statement from the RGP follows below:

The Royal Gibraltar Police’s Search Team and Police Support Unit were put through their paces during three days of intense refresher training this week.

Search Officers must pass a yearly written exam and a practical search (where they have to find hidden explosive devices) in order to remain licensed.

Together with the Gibraltar Defence Police Search Advisors, they studied methods of attack, how to recognise various types of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) and other items used by terrorists.

Meanwhile, the Police Support Unit were busy doing public order training – ahead of Gibraltar’s upcoming international football matches.

PSU officers are trained to deal with a variety of public order situations over and above those faced by uniformed police officers.

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Written by YGTV Team on 26 November 2021.

A Royal Gibraltar Police officer has become the first officer on the Rock to qualify as a Public Order Gold Commander.

Superintendent John Field completed the five-day College of Policing course with 10 other officers at Ryton-on-Dunsmore in the UK last week.

The qualification will help the RGP better prepare for large scale public events such as military parades, demonstrations, protests and sporting events.

Supt. Field, said: “It’s the most intensive, tough and demanding course I’ve ever done in my life. We spent a lot of hours studying for this, but it will help us to help keep the public and Gibraltar safer at large scale events.”

The gold commander is in overall control of a police force’s resources at an incident involving the public.

This person will not be at location, but at a control room known as Gold Command, where they will formulate the strategy for dealing with the incident.

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Title of this thread: POLICE TRAINED IN CROWD CONTROL INCLUDES MILITARY POLICE - WHY?

The answer has always been there since this whole New Totalitarian Regime launched with the Plandemic -

Gold command

The title of a function—the others are Silver and Bronze—adopted by each of the emergency services (police, fire, ambulance, emergency medical) in the event of a major incident (mass disaster) in the UK, which is role, rather than rank related.

Gold is used the same way as “strategic” in other emergency plans. Gold is the commander in overall charge of each service, the one who formulates the strategy for handling the incident. Each Gold has overall command of the resources of his or her own organisation, and delegates tactical control to his or her respective Silver (but may not physically participate). Gold’s job on arriving at the scene is to determine the strategy and record a strategy statement, which is monitored and subject to ongoing review. Source

Written by YGTV Team on 03 December 2021.

Police Sergeant Tanya McLeod recently successfully completed the College of Policing’s Crisis and Hostage Negotiators National Course.

A statement from the RGP follows below:

“This was the toughest but most rewarding course I’ve ever done.”

Those are the words of Police Sergeant Tanya McLeod who has successfully completed the College of Policing’s ‘Crisis and Hostage Negotiators National Course’. It was run by Greater Manchester Police and attended by officers from all over England and Wales.

Week One of the course focussed on Crisis Negotiation, where the scenarios were mainly based around people who wished to take their own life. Training sessions were led by psychiatrists, mental health professionals and experienced police officers with some sessions being held on the roofs of high-rise buildings where specially selected and trained negotiators acted out their roles as persons who were just about to jump. As with all other practical sessions, the students’ actions were recorded on film so that their negotiations could be assessed and used for feedback. The pressure was constant!

In Week Two, attention switched to hostage scenarios in which students worked closely with Police Support Units (PSU) and Firearms officers.

‘Although we were working with PSU and Firearms teams, we learned to be independent of them. We were just there to talk to the Subject and not to make operational decisions,” said Tanya.

Some of the scenarios involved a breakdown of public order or the start of a riot and, in these situations, Tanya would sometimes need to negotiate with the rioters from behind a squad of officers holding their riot shields – or even from behind a police vehicle. All this was faithfully replicated in the training course.

Continued at link.

Sergeant Paul Chiara has just returned from a two-day police conference in Liverpool that focused on self-defence, arrest and restraints.

Thirty ‘Use of Force’ experts from around the UK attended the event in which officers discussed how to improve training and share best practice between different police forces.

Sgt Chiara, who is the RGP’s lead officer on the use of force, said: “I had an amazing experience and it’s a privilege to be working alongside so many experts in this field.”

“Force is always the last resort when all communications tactics have failed. It’s used to keep officers and the community safe -- even if it’s to keep a subject safe from themselves.”

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This training isn't being done for nothing. Are they gearing up for those last resort tactics? Police officers are being trained to keep corrupt politicians safe, not the people they serve, as the people are being tyrannically oppressed by their governments with this Scamdemic. If people (besides the elderly) start dropping, or children start mysteriously coming down with myocarditis in Gib, will that cause them to rise up? ... Word on the street, people may be starting to drop.

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Those are the words of Police Sergeant Tanya McLeod who has successfully completed the College of Policing’s ‘Crisis and Hostage Negotiators National Course’.

It was run by Greater Manchester Police and attended by officers from all over England and Wales.

Week One of the course focused on Crisis Negotiation, where the scenarios were mainly based around people who wished to take their own life.

Training sessions were led by psychiatrists, mental health professionals and experienced police officers with some sessions being held on the roofs of high-rise buildings where specially selected and trained negotiators acted out their roles as persons who were just about to jump.

As with all other practical sessions, the students’ actions were recorded on film so that their negotiations could be assessed and used for feedback. The pressure was constant.

In Week Two, attention switched to hostage scenarios in which students worked closely with Police Support Units (PSU) and Firearms officers.

Continued at link.

This week new RGP recruits are spending five days learning about Personal Safety Training.

A statement from the RGP follows below:

It’s very hands-on in the RGP’s Training School this week.

The new recruits are spending five days learning about Personal Safety Training (PST).

In line with the UK College of Policing’s guidelines, instructors are teaching them how to diffuse heated situations and use communication to try to resolve issues without the use of force.

Recruits also learning self-defence tactics and how to use handcuffs, police batons and limb restraints in a legal and proportionate way.

Later on this week, they will learn how to use Captor spray (incapacity spray), which is used for violent and non-compliant members of the public.

Sgt Paul Chiara, who heads the PST, said: “Every police officer is given PST training when they join the RGP.

“This training is essential and could prevent harm, injury or save a life.”

The 20 officers are now in their third week of the Training School and are due to start in June.

Six senior Royal Gibraltar Police officers have just returned from a successful three- day firearms course, run by South Wales Police in the Vale of Glamorgan.

During the Joint Firearms Training Unit course, they were updated on the latest UK tactics and techniques, before being tested in various scenarios involving the deployment of firearms officers.

They were then assessed on their plans of action, with all six officers passing the course.

Left to right: Insp. Cavallo Soane, Insp. Neil Zammit, Insp. Albert Fernandez, Sgt Mark Diaz, Chief Insp. Sean Perera and Insp. Dylan Quigley.

Royal Gibraltar Police officers have spent the past two days on an intensive Public Order refresher course at the Buffadero Training Camp.

During the training, dozens of officers donned full protective gear for scenarios that simulated real life violent public disorder.

The officers were then pelted with missiles and attacked by other officers who were involved in the training.

Acting Inspector James Rodriguez, who led the course, said: “It’s a very demanding two days, both physically and mentally for the officers. But it’s important that they do this refresher training often as they need to know how to implement police cordons, respond to commands and how to respond safely to large scale violent disorder scenarios.

“We rarely see public disorder on our streets, but, nevertheless, we have to be able to respond to it. And this training has become more important since Gibraltar joined UEFA in 2013, as we now have large numbers of football fans travelling to the Rock. We need to be prepared for all possible eventualities.”

James explained that there are three main strands to the public order training: containing the disorder, protecting the public and protecting the officers themselves. The implementation of police cordons for a crowd control environment was also rehearsed.

He added: “It’s also important that the officers get used to the specialist Personal Protection Equipment, which they have to wear when deployed to a public order incident. This includes fire resistant overalls, boots, protective gloves, helmets and face masks, which would shield officers from petrol bombs in a riot. They also have shields and batons, which would only be used as a last resort.”

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They are blaming the "football fans" in advance...
They blamed the football fans in Hillsborough as well...


A number of Royal Gibraltar Police officers are currently learning how to become Personal Safety Training Instructors during a three-week course.

A statement from the RGP follows below:

The specialist training is being run by the RGP’s Sergeant Paul Chiara and follows the UK College of Policing’s latest guidelines on the use of force.

After the course, the officers will be able to train their police colleagues on how to detain and restrain people safely.

PS Chiara, who has recently completed a Train the Trainer course run by the College of Policing in London, said: “It’s very important that all of our officers have up to date training in line with the College of Policing.

“We need this training in order to deal safely with members of the public when they are resisting arrest and whenever it is not possible to de-escalate a tense situation.

“Using force is always a last resort – but it’s all about keeping officers and the public safe. “Our Training Instructors can now pass these skills on to their fellow officers.”